CEM India 2019

CEM India - Abstracts List

Total No.of abstracts : 85

ID Abstract Title Presenter Company Session Choice Presentation
790Combination of OFCEAS TDL Spectroscopy and Low Pressure sampling, the future of emission monitoringMr David ChauvelAP2E DuragContinuous Emission MonitoringOral
792Current environmental regulation and guidelines for continuous emission monitoring in IndiaDr B SENGUPTAEx . CPCB -- Ex Member Secretary of CPCB Indian RegulationsOral
795Mercury emission monitoring in coal-fired power plantsMrs Sarah LuehmannDURAG GmbHMonitoring Techniques: Trace speciesOral
797Don’t Just Monitor, Control Your PMMr Robert BaxterB3 Systems, IncIndustry Case StudiesOral
798Real-time data collection, handling, interpretation and utilisation with Online remote calibration check facilityMr Ashutosha SarangiPhoenix Robotix Private LimitedData ManagementOral
808Gas Sampling & Conditioning for challenging Pollutants and ConditionsMr Roland ZepeckJCT Analysentechnik GmbHContinuous Emission MonitoringOral
809Automatic and continuous monitoring of VOCs, sulfur compounds and odor in ambient and industrial air using autoGC analyzersMr Louis VivolaChromatotecIndustry Case StudiesPoster
810Gas CEMs Technologies for optimization of Emission Control SystemsMr Jerome LaplagneENVEAContinuous Emission MonitoringOral
812Continuous Dioxin Emission Monitoring by Long Term Sampling – A potential tool to reduce industrial dioxin emission in India?Mr Juergen ReinmannENVEA DeutschlandMonitoring Techniques: Trace speciesOral
814Gas Sampling and Conditioning: The hidden Champion in CEMS SystemsMr Jörg ErensAGT-PSG GmbH & Co. KGContinuous Emission MonitoringOral
817Case study on industrial pollution & monitoring of paradip, OdishaMs TWINKLE MOHANTYODISHA STATE POLLUTION CONTROL BOARDIndustry Case StudiesPoster
818Measurement of particulate matter (PM 2.5 and PM 10) over Varanasi, Central Indo Gangetic Plains: Impact of meteorological parameters on aerosols. Dr Pragya ParmitaAssistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, R.S.S.P.G. College, PilkhuwaContinuous Emission MonitoringPoster
823DUST Monitoring in Fertilizer plantDr Uwe AltermannSick AGMonitoring Techniques: ParticulateOral
824Waste to energyMr David InwardSick AGIndian RegulationsOral
825Choosing the right measurement technology for a PM-CEMS Mr Derek StuartAMETEK LandMonitoring Techniques: ParticulateOral
828Isokinetic Sampling for Dioxins and Furans via US EPA Method 23Mr Amit BadlaniGo Green MechanismsManual Stack MonitoringOral
829Measurement of stationary source emissions - Requirements for measurement sections and sites and for the measurement objective, plan and report. Mr Bernhard ThullTUV SUD Industrie Service GmbHContinuous Emission MonitoringOral
831Full abstract to follow Zarna VaghelaAxis SolutionsMonitoring Techniques and their suitability: Water and effluent quality parametersOral
851Role of the China National Environment Monitoring Centre (CNEMC) in Developing the CEMS Ecosystem in ChinaMr Craig SunadaPerma Pure LLCMonitoring Techniques: Combustion gasesOral
852Quantum Cascade Lasers for In-situ MeasurementsDr Anish BekalForbes Marshall Pvt LtdMonitoring Techniques: Combustion gasesOral
853Raw material stockpile covered sheds - spaceframe structures Mr Dilip MadaksiraMetalkarma engineering technologies Indian RegulationsOral
854Advantage of PM2.5 High Volume SamplerMr Mritunjai SaxenaEnvironmental SolutionsIndustry Case StudiesOral
856Continuous Emission Monitoring System Sudipta MohantyRelianceContinuous Emission Monitoring SystemOral
859Monitoring Techniques and their suitability: Water and effluent quality parametersMr Nakul JainAxis Solutions Pvt. Ltd.Monitoring GuidelinesOral
860Dealing with moisture in flue gases - Novel in-situ measurement techniqueProf Satyanarayanan SeshadriIIT MadrasMonitoring Techniques: ParticulateOral
863Continuous monitoring of VOCs- techniques and experiencesDr Suresh Kumar SKnowledge Lens India Pvt LtdContinuous Emission MonitoringOral
865Update on Stack monitoring research and method development in Europe Mr Rod RobinsonNational Physical LaboratoryMonitoring GuidelinesOral
866Journey of real-time monitoring in India: from regulation to practiceMr Sanjeev K KanchanKnowledgeLensIndian RegulationsOral
867Use of Optical Gas Imaging for Visualizing Gas Leakage and other Thermal camera applications in Oil & Gas sectorMr T P SinghFLIR Systems India Pvt LtdMonitoring Techniques: Combustion gasesOral
871From particulate matter to VOC: an evolution of global environmental awarenessMr Terry BucklandMarkes InternationalMonitoring GuidelinesOral
872“Quality Assurance (QA/QC) Plan for Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS)”Dr Sushil Kumar TyagiCentral Pollution Control Board (MoEFCC), Delhi (India)Calibration and Quality ControlOral
874In-situ tunable laser for DENOX process control Marco MeerM&C Techgroup GermanyCalibration and Quality ControlOral
879Big data and Artificial intelligence enable best use of real time pollution monitoring in India Mr Sudheesh NarayananKnowledgeLensData ManagementOral
880Continuous Emission Monitoring in India – Long way to goMr ABHIJIT PATHAKCentral Pollution Control BoardMonitoring GuidelinesOral
883Rotary cell length Modulation based UV Visible absorption technology for Water and effluent quality parametersMr Antriksh Singh RajputHORIBA India Pvt. LtdContinuous Emission MonitoringOral
886Continuous emission monitoring system in India: challenges and way forwardMr SHOBHIT SRIVASTAVACENTRE FOR SCIENCE AND ENVIRONMENTIndustry Case StudiesOral
888Wastewater allocation and pricing model for the efficient functioning of CETP serving a textile industrial clusterProf Ajit Pratap SinghBITS PilaniMonitoring GuidelinesOral
889Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems for Gases, Particulates & Merury Mr Murali RaviFPI IndiaMonitoring Techniques: Combustion gasesPoster
890Trace elemental analysis of water from ion exchange and high purity millipore water systems using ICP-OESMrs Renuka SankheBARCContinuous Emission MonitoringPoster
891Particulate Monitoring in Saturated Wet StacksMr Ryan GoaterENVEA UKMonitoring Techniques: ParticulateOral
892Advanced NDIR technology- Cross Flow Modulation (CFM) for CEMS.Mr Prakash Abhyankar HORIBA India Pvt. Ltd.Monitoring Techniques: Combustion gasesOral
893Advance NDIR based Monitoring Technology for Combustion gases NOx, SO2, CO and CO2Mr Prakash AbhyankarHORIBA India Pvt. LtdMonitoring Techniques: Combustion gasesOral
894Real-time data collection, handling, interpretation and utilisation with Online remote calibration check facilityMr Ashutosha SarangiPhoenix Robotix Private LimitedData ManagementPoster
895Automatic and continuous monitoring of VOCs, sulfur compounds and odor in ambient and industrial air using autoGC analyzersMr Louis VivolaChromatotecIndustry Case StudiesOral
897venting technologies for reducing vapour losses.Ms Jaiarti RaiProtego India Private LimitedCalibration and Quality ControlOral
900Flue GAS Desulphurization (FGD) Process Optimization with Perma Pure Sample Gas Conditioning System Mr Sanjeev RaiPerma Pure IndiaContinuous Emission MonitoringPoster
901Environmental Control by Discharge Monitoring TechniquesMr Nakul JainAxis SolutionsContinuous Emission MonitoringPoster
902Online Continuous Stack Emission Monitoring SystemMr Prafull RathiLogicLadder TechnologiesContinuous Emission MonitoringPoster
903In-situ tunable laser for DENOX process controlMr Marco MeerM&C Techgroup GermanyContinuous Emission MonitoringPoster
904Ideal Solution to Emission Monitoring ( CEMS)Mr Samir BhandarkarForbes MarshallContinuous Emission MonitoringPoster
905Hot Topic DeNOx and Waste to EnergyMr Wojciech TrzaskalikSiemens AG / Adage AutomationContinuous Emission MonitoringOral
906Hot Topic DeNOx and Waste to EnergyMr Wojciech TrzaskalikSiemens AGContinuous Emission MonitoringPoster
907Ganga Tarang: A tool (Central Software Platform) for remote monitoring of sewage management assetsMr John ThomasGopa Infra GmbHIndian RegulationsOral
908Monitoring technique and their suitability: Combustion gases including NOx, SO2, CO and C02Mr Aakash Kumar GuptaOdisha Power Generation CorporationMonitoring Techniques: Combustion gasesOral
909CEMS-in-a-boxMr Martin EndrasKNESTEL Technologie & Elektronik GmbHContinuous Emission MonitoringPoster
910Traceable Certified Calibration Gas for Emission Analyzer SystemsMr Ashish SrivastavaChemtron Science Laboratories Pvt. Ltd.Calibration and Quality ControlOral
911Continuous Emission Monitoring SystemMr James LeowLKS (M) Sdn BhdContinuous Emission MonitoringPoster
912CEOMr Jingwei GuoEverise Technology LtdMonitoring Techniques: ParticulatePoster
913Excellence in Safety and EnvironmentMr Jaiarti RaiProtego India Private LimitedMonitoring Techniques: ParticulatePoster
914Measuring & MonitoringMr RAJENDRA KUMARDURAG INDIAContinuous Emission MonitoringPoster
915Emissions Monitoring Solutions for Emerging MarketsMr Ravi NarayanOhio LumexContinuous Emission MonitoringOral
916Monitoring of variation in mass of the PM 2.5 and P M 10 and other gaseous data at Vasundhara, Ghaziabad,UP,India :A case study Dr Sangeeta Agarwal SSV College Hapur Industry Case StudiesOral
918Smart Optical Gas Imaging for 24/7 Monitoring of gas leaks, increasing the reliability in gas & flame detection and reducing the cost of the installationMr Andres RussuSENSIA SolutionsContinuous Emission MonitoringOral
919Mercury monitoring in thermal power plantMr Bhavya SrivastavaThermo Fisher Scientific IndiaContinuous Emission MonitoringOral
921Advance NDIR based Monitoring Technology for Combustion gases NOx, SO2, CO and CO2Mr Prakash AbhyankarHORIBA India Pvt. LtdMonitoring Techniques: Combustion gasesOral
924Development of a Near Real Time Monitor for Metals in Waste Water Using X-ray FluorescenceMr Krag PettersonCooper EnvironmentalMonitoring Techniques and their suitabilityOral
926Photonic System for Real Time Remote Monitoring of Air QualityMr Biren ShahCATS ECOSYSTEMSContinuous Emission MonitoringOral
927Photonic System for Real Time Remote Monitoring of Air QualityDr Rao TatavartiCATS ECOSYSTEMS Continuous Emission MonitoringOral
928Analysis of Air pollutants influencing Urban Heat Island Using Geospatial TechnologiesMr MIT KOTECHAISROOtherPoster
929POLLUTION MONITORING REGULATIONS AND GUIDELINESMr Vidhyanandhan LoganathanHikal LimitedMonitoring GuidelinesPoster
930Water Quality Monitoring using Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT)Ms Zalak BhavsarM. G. Science Institute & SAC-ISROCalibration and Quality ControlPoster
931Advanced NDIR CFM ModulationMr Ranjit RoyHORIBA India Private LimitedMonitoring Techniques: Combustion gasesPoster
932Source apportionment study of south west Ahmedabad by Receptor Modelling ApproachProf Umangi MehtaNirma UniversityMonitoring Techniques: ParticulatePoster
933Make in India Continous Emission Monitoring systemMr Vijay BhandiwadSteam Equipments Pvt LtdContinuous Emission MonitoringPoster
934Ammonia (NH3) Gas Analyser for DENOx Applicaion Anup Kumar ShuklaTethys Instruments SASContinuous Emission MonitoringPoster
935Adequacy of worldwide benzene air quality standards for human health protectionMs Abinaya SNational Institute of Technology CalicutOtherPoster
936FIRST STUDY ON THE EMISSION FACTORS OF DIOXINS FROM OPEN BURNING OF MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTES IN INDIAMr Ajay S VCSIR-National Institute for Interdisciplinary Science and TechnologyMonitoring Techniques: Trace speciesPoster
937Improving performance of APCE through Online Continuous Emission Monitoring system: A case study of Tata Steel Limited, JamshedpurMr Shubhanand MukeshTata SteelIndustry Case StudiesPoster
938Effective use of LDO fired boiler flue gas in carbonation of process liquor at alkali leaching based Tummalapalle MillMr VIPIN KUMAR SHARMAURANIUM CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED (DEPARTMENT OF ATOMIC ENERGY)Industry Case StudiesPoster
939Affordable established technologyMr PRITESH M. SHAHPRIMA EQUIPMENTContinuous Emission MonitoringPoster
940Analyser Mr Sanjeev K GuptaAnalyser Instrument Co. Pvt. LTd.Continuous Emission MonitoringPoster
941Air pollution in India comparing with China and USAMr Chaitanya MallaTU-BERGAKADEMIE Indian RegulationsOral